The experimental crooner is part of an upcoming Bonhams auction where a painting he collaborated on with the artist Stanley Donwood is set to be sold for a good cause. The painting, made to benefit the Trade Justice Movement, presents a graffiti-like assemblage of skeletons, flying angel animals and curious stick figures with a serious message.
The work of art has as estimated price tag of between £3,500-4,000 ($5,500-6,300), which -- in art world standards -- is a rather modest amount. Yorke seems just tickled about the whole idea of taking part in an art auction, as evidenced by a recent tweet:
Hope someone in the financial industry buys this, what a novelty to have a painting at auction ha! http://t.co/D3yR5dG94S
— Thom Yorke (@thomyorke) June 17, 2013
Check out the painting above and let us know your thoughts on the work in the comments. Like it? You can see more of art made by Donwood, aka Dan Rickwood, the man behind much of Radiohead's album art and poster work since "The Bends," here.